1. Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
I don't particularly love (or hate) Alice in Wonderland, but it's a familiar title so I chose it. I think it would also be interesting to compare how closely the movies resemble the actual writings.
2. Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Berry Edwards
I don't remember why I initially chose this book to read, but I know it will give me good insight on drawing, which we all know I need.
3. Making Faces by Kevyn Aucoin
I'm guessing that this book is about make-up and beauty because it's written by Kevyn Aucoin, and I love all things beauty. The only place I usually look for beauty "information" is YouTube, so this will be a good change.
4. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
I read this book during my junior year of high school, but I didn't appreciate it. I hope that by reading it again, I'll be able to enjoy it!
5. Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
A book I should have read in a high school English class, but didn't. Not that I didn't want to, but because none of my teachers mentioned it.
I'm not going to lie, I am horrible at committing myself to things. (I'm sure you can see that displayed on how often I blog.) I don't know if I'll get through all five during this summer, but I hope this post encourages you to read something!